This is the November 16, 2012 news archive. View today's Jaguars rumors and news.
Last Thursday, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew told NFL Network that he’s roughly two weeks away from returning to action with a sprained foot. This Thursday, Jones-Drew adjusted his assessment. Sort of. “Hopefully I will be back in a coupShare Tweet
Jaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton was fined $25,000 for last week’s hit on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Knighton’s fine letter said he “made helmet-to-helmet contact with a defenseless player,” and it was the second time the hit cost hiShare TweetUPDATED: 1:32 p.m. The Jaguars will again be without four starters for Sunday’s game at Houston. Running back Maurice Jones-Drew (foot), safety Dwight Lowery (ankle), fullback Greg Jones (hip) and cornerback Rashean Mathis (groin) did not practice FridaShare Tweet
Jaguars' Cameron Bradfield gets tough lessonsAs an All-American offensive lineman at Grand Valley State two years ago, Cameron Bradfield didn’t need help each Saturday against the best Division II had to offer. No combo-blocks with a guard. No chip-block assistance from a running back. Nothing. ”Share Tweet
Jaguars Notebook: Running game stalled, Rashad Jennings takes blameRashad Jennings is quick to point the finger at himself for the Jaguars’ running game struggles this year. “When things are going well, you give credit to everyone else. When they’re going bad you’re the reason why. That’s how it is with a runniShare Tweet